Hello, during the great depression. Before the great depression,

Hello, world. This is a news article to inform you about the conditions of the middle-class American during the great depression. Before the great depression, people lived life to the fullest during the roaring 20’s. The Great Depression affected American civilians by impaction them in 3 major ways, placing great psychological, social economic, strains, and demands upon working-class families and their kids. The depression affected everyone from Families of various class,  regional backgrounds, racial, ethnic, and regional backgrounds, putting a strain on marriages and family relationships. In 1933, the average family income had fallen to $1,500. 40 percent less than the 1929 average family salary of $2,300.

Hundreds of thousands of families lost their entire bank savings as numerous banks crumbled. Because they didn’t have any money, the family were often kicked out of their homes and apartments. It didn’t matter what class you were, Low, or middle class, the great depression really affected the families.The great depression really affected the average family really badly. Because of the stress of the markets, people kinda stopped getting married, and because of that, birth rates slowed Although, divorce rates also decreased, some might say that’s because families could not afford the layer to get divorced.

It wasn’t uncommon that 2-3 families were crowded into a single house designed for only one small family. It is not uncommon for 19-25 people crowding into one single family house. In many houses, an entire family would live in a single room of the house.Things seemed to be especially difficult for unemployed and underemployed male heads of families. Traditional conceptions of gender roles prevailed during the 1930s; Back in the day, men were known to be the breadwinner of the family.

When the men couldn’t tent to their family, they often felt bad and became depressed. Because unemployment was so high, fathers often couldn’t tend to their families. Unemployed men often stayed around the house because they didn’t have a job.

Because they are spending more time at home, the husbands would often annoy their wives and lead to divorce. After a while, tax reform and the new deal stabilize the economy.